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Congresbury Bowls open mornings


Thanks to all those who came to our open mornings, we hope you enjoyed yourselves and we look forward to seeing you again. If you missed our open mornings you are still very welcome to come to our club nights held every Monday with free coaching from 6pm – 7pm. Please wear flat soled shoes. All ages welcome!

Congresbury Bowling Club, Mill Leg, Mill Lane, Congresbury

North Somerset Arts Week 3rd -12th May

Here is a link to the website. https://www.northsomersetarts.org/exhibitions.html
There are 9 local artists showing their creative work from paintings, jewellery, textiles, ceramics and wood in the School Rooms from today till 12th May and in St Andrews Refectory from today till 8th closed 9th-12th. Follow the pink flags to find them!
On Friday 10th and Saturday 11th May an unusual exhibition highlighting the art of the needle is being presented by members of North Somerset Embroidery and Textiles Group at Cleeve Village Hall. The group’s creative work over the past two years consists of stunning contemporary and classic textile arts which will be on display and for sale between 10am and 6pm on both days.

Entry is free and visitors can sample scrumptious cakes and refreshments made by members.

The group meets monthly and welcomes new members to our monthly hand and machine sewing sessions and tutored events.

Bluey shopping trips





2nd Tuesday in the month trips are starting again!

Tuesday 9h April to EXETER

Tuesday 14th May to CARDIFF

Tuesday 11th June to GLOUCESTER DOCKS

Pick up points: The Precinct 9.30am and Riverside Car Park, Millennium Green, Congresbury 9.40am – Return tbc on the day

Please note there will be a small charge of £2 per person (payable on bus)

To book a seat or for information please ring 01934 257247 or email: bookingmanagerbluey@gmail.com

(leave a message if no reply, we will get back to you)

All other Tuesday shopping trips to The Sovereign Shopping Centre, W-S-M

Another successful Spring Show

A premature spring reduced the daffodils at Congresbury Gardening Club’s Spring Show, but the Old School Rooms was full of the perfume of narcissi and other spring flowers, with tulips galore. Warm dry weather had not affected some gardeners’ rhubarb, with four superb entries on the bench, and Dave Miles taking the prize.

After his expert advice in the local gardening column, John Chaplin rightly came top in the orchid class, and the narcissus experts were Ann Gunner and Helen Riddell, who won the Frank Calcraft trophy for the most points. There was keen competition in the tulip class with 13 entries and Sue Collins entry was judged the best. click here to read more

Bristol Airport’s new biometric trial

New SelfPassTM biometrics solution from Collins Aerospace among the first to connect multiple airlines, airports and countries. A biometric, single-enrollment identification streamlines the passenger’s outbound and return journey at multiple airports

Passengers traveling through England’s Bristol Airport and Ireland’s Dublin Airport can look forward to a new streamlined journey with Collins Aerospace’s SelfPass biometric solution. The solution, now being trialed at Bristol Airport and Dublin Airport, is believed to be the first biometric solution that enables passengers to use a single enrollment in multiple countries Click here to read full report

A NEW VILLAGE CAFE AT LAST!

After some years without a cafe, when Paddingtons closed in Broad Street, a new cafe has opened, in the village, accessed from Broad Street.
Situated at the rear of Debbie Fortune estate agent in Bridge House, and generously donated by Debbie to raise funds for the village Community Hall, the cafe is attractively furnished with six tables, seating a maximum of 17, and is totally manned by volunteers.
Offering a variety of speciality tea and coffee, and other drinks, together with a choice of delicious home made cakes, baked by villagers, the cafe is now open on Wednesdays and Fridays, 8.45 a.m. – 1 pm.
Customers have access to a modern toilet.
Approached through the high double wooden gates on Broad Street, there is a charming enclosed courtyard, with seating and tables for the summer.
Dogs are not allowed in the cafe, but may be left in the courtyard where water and tying up facilities will be available.